Other products: White 110# cardstock, Black, Basic Brown, Summer Sun cardstock, Stamping Up Chocolate Chip ink, Ranger Distress Walnut Stain, VersaMagic Red Magic ink, Gold Peel-Offs, Mark Richards Metals gold pearls, Eyelet Outlet large gold eyelets, Hobby Lobby brown wrapped wire, Sponge daubers, Crop-a-Dile
Watch this video https://youtu.be/AIYTYZzk1sg for more ideas and examples of the Farmers Market Collection.
Instructions: View a larger project image here. The project measures 4" x 10". Prepare the background panel by cutting a 4" x 10" base panel from heavy white cardstock and layering it with a 3 7/8" x 9 7/8" black cardstock panel.
From the paper collection, locate the larger image of the cluster of vegetables and sunflowers and fussy cut it out. Locate the large sentiment title that says “Harvest of Blessings” and cut it down to 7 1/2" x 3 1/8". Layer the title panel onto a panel of brown cardstock that measures 1/4" larger on all sides.
Stamp the sunflower image from the Classic Sunflower Cling stamp set twice onto Summer Sun cardstock with Chocolate Chip ink. Die cut sunflowers with the coordinating die. Use Ranger Distress Walnut Stain ink and VersaMagic Red Magic ink to sponge color into onto the petals. Reference this video https://youtu.be/faTpandFJLI for inspiration in preparing and coloring the sunflowers. Select 6 or 7 of the smallest sunflowers that have been die cut and colored and cut away their centers. Cut in between every 2nd or 3rd petal. Adhere the petal pieces around the center of the sunflower image that you fussy cut from the earlier step. Layer several petals around each of the centers to create fuller looking sunflowers. Attach the vegetables and sunflowers image to the side of the title panel making sure to position it so that it fits onto the main black and white panel. Layer the title panel onto the black and white panel. Embellish with gold peel-offs and metal gold pearls. Add large gold eyelets to each end of the wall handing and thread brown wrapped wire through the eyelets to hang.
Created By: Anne Harada